Emily Antoszyk

Emily Antoszyk is a research associate at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at North Carolina State University.

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Perspective | Researchers release analysis of North Carolina’s private school landscape

In this report, we survey North Carolina’s private school landscape, describing: the agencies and associations that most frequently interact with...

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Mapping the 2018-19 school report cards

The NC Department of Public Instruction (NC DPI) released school performance grades in September, and an update of previous maps...

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Mapping the 2017-18 school report cards

This fall, we’re back to school and back to mapping school grades after a two-year hiatus. Former features on Consider...

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North Carolina’s teacher and student demographics

In the lead-up to this year’s election, demographics — gender, race, and ethnicity — have been a big part of...

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Mapping the 2015-16 school report cards

It’s hard to believe, but fall is already here and we’re revisiting school assessment with the release of the state’s...

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North Carolina’s school choice trends

For the past several months on Consider It Mapped, we’ve featured publicly-funded alternatives to traditional public schools in North Carolina,...

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Opportunity scholarships and school choice

As the summer begins to wind down, we reach our third month of examining school choice in North Carolina. By...

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Public school choice

Last month we started to talk about the choices faced by many students and their families during the summer months...

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School choice and charter schools

Is it just me, or does the summer always feel like it’s full of possibility and exciting choices? As an...

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Early childhood education

As we’ve been discussing on Consider It Mapped for the past couple of months, factors external to education, or secondary...

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Safety and student achievement

In keeping with last month’s interdisciplinary theme, I want to take a look this month at another tangential but very...

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Housing stability and children’s educational success

Now that we’ve gotten to know each other and I settle into month nine of Consider It Mapped, I feel...